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Market-driven policies still drive too much of the education debate, despite a glaring lack of results.
After 20 years in the West Aurora School District in Illinois, office worker Marianne Murray still struggles to makes ends meet. “People who work full-time jobs should not live in poverty,” she says. Her local recently voted to launch a living wage campaign.
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